Over the past week, Wall Street’s focus has been hijacked by an army of amateur traders looking to shake up the traditional financial industry.
Here’s one obvious and two unconventional stocks acquired by Warren Buffett’s top manager that you can add to your portfolio for long-term growth
Two tech behemoths who span the globe, bringing gains throughout troubled times; these stocks are a good bet to protect yourself against another crash.
The recession is here, but it won’t stop these 3 stocks from generating positive returns.
Although 2020 has failed to become the IPO-frenzy that was expected, one company — Lemonade — has shot up more than 180% since it went public earlier this month.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused mass economic uncertainty worldwide, and with millions unemployed, consumer and business spending has been hit hard.
In a mere couple of months, the world has changed, but the reasons for owning Mastercard have not.
The payments disruptor is down 56% compared to the S&P’s loss of 29%. Why is Square faring twice as bad as the rest of the market in this sell-off?
Visa leads the world in the extremely lucrative payments processing market. But as consumer habits change, and financial technology develops, the company faces serious long-term threats from its rivals.
Visa has achieved its goal to use 100% renewable electricity across its global network of offices and processing centers